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List 61: a bibliographic study of the controversial offprint from Targets Magazine (issued fall 1960 from Albuquerque, NM.); including a checklist of the 27 earliest separate publications by the poet Charles Bukowski. Originally issued in a numbered edition of 35 copies in October 1987 at Letters Bookshop in Toronto. The file includes scans of the cover and first 28 pages of the pamphlet (excluding the illustrations of the original offprint, which appeared in the original edition). Topics: poetry, Bukowski, Targets, offprints
The physical properties of a supersaturated binary solution such as its density rho, shear viscosity eta, and solute mass diffusivity D are dependent on the solute concentration c: rho = rho(c), eta = eta(c), and D = D(c). The diffusion boundary layer equations related to crystal growth from solution are derived for the case of natural convection with a solution density, a shear viscosity, and a solute diffusivity that are all depen- dent on solute concentration. The solution of these equations... Topics: DISPLACEMENT, MONKEYS, LASERS, EXTRAPOLATION, RESEARCH, TARGETS
byHuff, Edward M.; Barszcz, Eric; Turner, Irem Y.; Lewicki, David; Decker, Harr
As part of a cooperative research program between NASA Ames Research Center, NASA Glenn Research Center, and the U.S. Army Laboratories, a series of experiments are being performed on the 500 HP OH-58a Transmission Test Rig at NASA Glenn Research Center. The findings reported in this paper were drawn from Phase 1 of a two-phase experiment, and are focused on the vibration response of an undamaged pinion gear and planetary system operating in situ in the transmission test rig. Phase 2 of the... Topics: DETECTION, TARGETS, DIPOLE ANTENNAS, FREQUENCIES, RECEIVERS, PATENTS
Drawing directly on the Buddha's wisdom, Christopher explores worldly and spiritual experiences including enquiry into love, non-self, emptiness and liberation. His talks are practical and insightful, serious and at times, humorous. CHRISTOPHER TITMUSS, a senior teacher in the West, offers Dharma teachings addressing daily life including mindfulness, meditation, communication and wise action. Social critic, poet and author of numerous books, he lives in Totnes, Devon, England... Topics: change, transformation, action, targets, transition, intention
It has been known for over a decade that certain high-altitude regions on Venus exhibit bizarre radar-scattering and radiothermal-emission behavior. For example, observed values for normal-incidence power reflection coefficients in these areas can exceed 0.5; enhanced back scatter in some mountainous areas in the Magellan SAR images creates a bright surface with the appearance of snow; and reduced thermal emission in the anomalous areas makes the surface there appear hundreds of degrees cooler... Topics: DEPLOYMENT, SYSTEMS INTEGRATION, TARGETS, POSITIONING, RADAR ANTENNAS, RADAR TARGETS, TETHERING,...
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Shooting TargetsRogue Shooting Targets is a steel shooting target company located in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon. Surrounded by mountains and close to the high desert of Eastern Oregon, it offers a lot of recreational activities to the residents and visitors. From hiking the Pacific Crest Trail or any of the other wilderness trails, hunting the elusive blacktail deer or majestic bull elk, fishing the high mountain lakes, or the Rogue River for salmon and steelhead. It also offers a... Topics: ar500 steel targets, steel targets, target plates, steel shooting target, steel target stand
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Approximate analytic solutions for properties of equilibrium air up to 15,000 K have been programmed for machine computation. Temperature, compressibility, enthalpy, specific heats, and speed of sound are tabulated as constant entropy functions of temperature. The reciprocal of acoustic impedance and its integral with respect to pressure are also given for the purpose of evaluating the Riemann constants for one-dimensional, isentropic flow. Topics: FLIGHT PATHS, DEFLECTION, PITCHING MOMENTS, CONTROL SURFACES, ERRORS, TARGETS
The coupling of slosh dynamics within a partially filled rotating dewar of superfluid helium 11 with spacecraft orbital dynamics is investigated in response to the environmental disturbances of (a) lateral impulses, (b) gravity gradients and (c) g-jitter forces. The purpose of this study is to investigate how the coupling of helium 11 fluid slosh dynamics driven by three cases of environmental force with spacecraft dynamics can affect the bubble deformations and their associated fluid and... Topics: NASA PROGRAMS, EDUCATION, INSTRUCTORS, TARGETS, SURVEYS, ATTITUDE INDICATORS
Anytime algorithms are algorithms whose quality of results improves gradually as computation time increases. Certainty, accuracy, and specificity are metrics useful in anytime algorighm construction. It is widely accepted that a successful robotic system must trade off between decision quality and the computational resources used to produce it. Anytime algorithms were designed to offer such a trade off. A model of compilation and monitoring mechanisms needed to build robots that can efficiently... Topics: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, MAPS, NAVIGATION, ROBOTICS, ROBOTS, TARGETS, AUTONOMY, OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE
byBozzolo, Guillermo; Rodriguez, Agustin M.; Ferrante, Joh
The perpendicular and parallel multilayer relaxations of fcc (210) surfaces are studied using equivalent crystal theory (ECT). A comparison with experimental and theoretical results is made for AI(210). The effect of uncertainties in the input parameters on the magnitudes and ordering of surface relaxations for this semiempirical method is estimated. A new measure of surface roughness is proposed. Predictions for the multilayer relaxations and surface energies of the (210) face of Cu and Ni are... Topics: DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID, PHYSIOLOGY, MUTATIONS, RIBONUCLEIC ACIDS, TARGETS, SUBSTRATES, POPULATIONS,...
During our lives we lose our innocence and gain experience about the world on myriad occasions. What do we learn about ourselves from this Uncomfortable as such occasions may be when they occur, reflective practitioners will see them later on for what they are: terrific opportunities to learn. Experience may come by way of profound moments of change, or occur over long stretches of time by the steady accrual of small changes. Change doesn't occur any less often as we get older, but a lifetime... Topics: HIGH RESOLUTION, SPATIAL RESOLUTION, RADIOMETERS, CALIBRATING, IMAGING TECHNIQUES, TARGETS
Previous missions to Mars have revealed that Mars surface is magnetic at DC frequency. Does this highly magnetic surface layer attenuate RADAR energy as it does in certain locations on Earth It has been suggested that the active magnetic mineral on Mars is titanomaghemite and/or titanomagnetite. When titanium is incorporated into a maghemite or magnetite crystal, the Curie temperature can be significantly reduced. Mars has a wide range of daily temperature fluctuations (303K - 143K), which... Topics: ENERGY DISSIPATION, HEAVY IONS, NUCLEONS, AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS, FRAGMENTATION, ISOTOPES, TARGETS
This specification establishes the performance, design, development, and verification requirements for the Space Station Furnace Facility (SSFF) Core. The definition of the SSFF Core and its interfaces, specifies requirements for the SSFF Core performance, specifies requirements for the SSFF Core design, and construction are presented, and the verification requirements are established. Topics: LASER RANGE FINDERS, TRANSLATING, LASER RANGER/TRACKER, LASER TARGETS, RADAR TARGETS, RANGEFINDING,...
Donald E. Kerr Propagation of Short Radio Waves ( Volume 13 in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory series ) Dover Publications Inc. 1965 Acrobat 7 Pdf 39.0 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Electronics, Meteorology, Refraction, Scattering, Reflection, Optics, Radar Targets, Meteorological...
byKim, Min-Jeong; Wang, J. R.; Meneghini, R.; Johnson, B.; Tanelli, S.; Roman-Nieves, J. I.; Sekelsky, S. M.; Skofronick-Jackson, G
This study analyzes passive and active microwave measurements during the 2003 Wakasa Bay field experiment for understanding of the electromagnetic characteristics of frozen hydrometeors at millimeter-wave frequencies. Based on these understandings, parameterizations of the electromagnetic scattering properties of snow at millimeter-wave frequencies are developed and applied to the hydrometeor profiles obtained by airborne radar measurements. Calculated brightness temperatures and radar... Topics: FUSION, PLASMA JETS, PROPULSION, JET FLOW, CALIBRATING, TARGETS
In principle, formal methods offer many advantages for aerospace software development: they can help to achieve ultra-high reliability, and they can be used to provide evidence of the reliability claims which can then be subjected to external scrutiny. However, despite years of research and many advances in the underlying formalisms of specification, semantics, and logic, formal methods are not much used in practice. In our opinion this is related to three major shortcomings. First, the... Topics: HEALTH, MORTALITY, SANITATION, SCHEDULES, SECURITY, TARGETS, UNITED NATIONS
A complex system of spacecraft and ground tracking stations, as well as a constellation of satellites or spacecraft, has to be able to reliably withstand sudden environment changes, resource fluctuations, dynamic resource configuration, limited communication bandwidth, etc., while maintaining the consistency of the system as a whole. It is not known in advance when a change in the environment might occur or when a particular exchange will happen. A higher degree of sophistication for the... Topics: TOPOGRAPHY, PHOBOS, RANGEFINDING, DATA ACQUISITION, TARGETS, SPACING, LASERS, FOOTPRINTS,...
byBetts, J. F.; Follet, J. I.; Kelly, J. J.; Thomas, R. H
A new bias flow impedance model is developed for perforated plates from basic principles using as little empiricisms as possible. A quality experimental database was used to determine the predictive validity of the model. Results show that the model performs better for higher (15%) rather than lower (5%) percent open area (POA) samples. Based on the least squares ratio of numerical vs. experimental results, model predictions were on average within 20% and 30% for the higher and lower (POA),... Topics: EDUCATION, LOW COST, NASA PROGRAMS, MESSAGES, TARGETS, RELATIONSHIPS, SPACE MISSIONS
The ring closure reaction of C4H3 with acetylene to give phenyl radical is one proposed mechanism for the formation of the first aromatic ring in hydrocarbon combustion. There are two low-lying isomers of C4H3; 1-dehydro-buta-l-ene-3-yne (n-C4H3) and 2-dehydro-buta-l-ene-3-yne (iso-C4H3). It has been proposed that only n-C4H3 reacts with acetylene to give phenyl radical, and since iso-C4H3 is more stable than n-C4H3, formation of phenyl radical by this mechanism is unlikely. We report... Topics: RANGEFINDING, LASER RANGE FINDERS, CAMERAS, TELEROBOTICS, YAW, PIXELS, SERVOMECHANISMS, TARGETS
byPoteet, Carl C.; Abu-Khajeel, Hasan; Hsu, Su-Yue
The purpose of this research was to perform sensitivity studies and develop a process to perform thermal and structural analysis and sizing of the latest Metallic Thermal Protection System (TPS) developed at NASA LaRC (Langley Research Center). Metallic TPS is a key technology for reducing the cost of reusable launch vehicles (RLV), offering the combination of increased durability and competitive weights when compared to other systems. Accurate sizing of metallic TPS requires combined thermal... Topics: LASER APPLICATIONS, CONTINUOUS WAVE LASERS, PHOTONS, TARGETS, YAG LASERS, DAMAGE
The Genesis spacecraft returned to Earth on September 8, 2004, experiencing a non-nominal reentry in which both the drogue and main parachutes failed to deploy causing the capsule to impact the surface of the UTTR desert at a speed of approximately 310 kph (193 mph). The impact caused severe damage to the capsule and a breach of the science canister in the field. The science canister was recovered and transported to the cleanroom at UTTR within approximately 8 hours of reentry. Although the... Topics: INFRARED RADIATION, SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS, MINERALOGY, REMOTE SENSING, REFLECTANCE, ROCKS, TARGETS